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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sirius Petroleum Plc LSE:SRSP London Ordinary Share GB00B03VVN93 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.40 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -2.3 -0.1 - 15

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25/9/2020
12:24
That to me makes no sense. No interest at all on the Jenkins site suggests that no one knows anything. I find that hard to believe. There are always people in the Know with more leaks than Wales. All these rumours and research would be more re-assuring if we saw some action on the Jenkins platform.
qprallan
25/9/2020
12:23
One thing here is the bods 1.12p options. Millions of them and that's one big payday if they pull off something here. Surely enough of a incentive to get something signed and sealed here
deadly nightshade
25/9/2020
11:58
Wouldn't there be buys if that was the case... orders been sat on there for months with no takers! Surely the "in the know" would have snapped them up? Surely?
bleemster
25/9/2020
10:42
Even better if you can achieve the same thing without technically owning nor being culpable for said license.
captminion
25/9/2020
10:36
' Milk the license for all it’s worth over it’s permit period...' It looks as if that's what they did...they've made a good living on the back of being in possession of the licences....(then came the promises)...let's face it, it's easier to raise cash with a licence...(not so easy now that the licences have run out)
htrocka2
25/9/2020
10:13
Time for action not words. 0.5p needs to be transformed to 5 to 10p. Sooner the better!
aventador
25/9/2020
10:04
HT Same template for sure no wonder there’s not much oil coming out of Nigeria it’s more lucrative to go through the motions. Milk the license for all it’s worth over it’s permit period. Do a mad flurry of activity near it’s run out date to squeeze out the last drop of investment then blame the appropriate authority for not extending and repeat. Great gig if your in on it.
captminion
25/9/2020
09:54
no movement on JPJ site. so *edit NO in the knows are trying to jump on the bandwagon of any imminent news.
bestdeal1
25/9/2020
09:41
Ht I could never get my head around how the copl share price shot up, they look like they have a mountain to climb on paper. just wish rise could of happened here to give us a chance of some profit
deadly nightshade
25/9/2020
09:35
Yes HT, that story sounds very familiar!
vatnabrekk
25/9/2020
08:59
0/T....(sort of) Promotes drilling an appraisal well in late 2017.. Attempts to raise cash.. Booked a Rig from ASIA, that currently held up due to 're-certification', Exploration and drilling licences re-applied for in June 2020, With 3 working days left, as yet no reply from the DPR and Licences run out on the 30th Sept. sounds familiar...no it's not srsp. (but the parallels are uncanny) HTTPS://www.energymixreport.com/copl-confident-meeting-opl-226-drilling-deadline/ HTTPS://www.orientenergyreview.com/oil-and-gas/copl-confident-on-opl-226-drilling-licence-extension-in-nigeria/ bottom line.....it's getting harder and harder to do business in Nigeria.
htrocka2
25/9/2020
08:46
Dr Rosso - why do the BOD want him in place as a puppet - surely they would want someone who is competent and can do the job efficiently and can get results?
5cer
25/9/2020
08:16
your most accurate analysis of the situation to date doc
witchywoo
25/9/2020
07:56
Sirius should have appointed an experienced oilman as CEO many years ago. Bobo is probably seen as a 'wet behind the ears' CEO and negotiator by the oil industry. It certainly seems that way to shareholders like me. Why do the BOD keep him in place instead of outing him?
5cer
25/9/2020
07:33
They've had more ruts than Ron Jeremy.
xerot
25/9/2020
07:04
If this ATOG thing is Deal 1, I see it as a toe-in-the-water replacement for the stalled Ororo venture which was supposed to take us over the line. Shareholder value is neither here nor there at this point. The focus has to be on becoming a viable operation, which atm, they are not because, without any booked reserves/assets they cannot complete on funding. No different really from a person seeking to gain secure employment in order for a mortgage to be approved. The big hope is that Deals 2 & 3 are both lined up ready for instant approval once Deal 1 is signed off. Could be that all 3 come through together depending on how things have been set up. I don`t see how we can avoid the dilution going in with ATOG or whoever it is they are negotiating with, maybe 60%, and that`s what will hurt shareholder value. Tbh I`d be reasonably content to see a return at 0.5p (ATOG) rapidly moving up to 2.5p (114) to 5p (109) to 10p (119)with a quick-fire series of acquisitions. First move is vital to get out of a 12-year rut.
dr rosso
25/9/2020
06:42
To be honest, I'd rather read people's speculation and research than your hysterical whining Adventador.Your daily negativity is like having tinnitus
bumhammer
25/9/2020
05:41
Let's see what the company announce instead of ppl coming up with pure nonsense and speculation which to do date has been 100 percent wrong. If we get a new funder and producing asset surely we are going to see value increase if we ever relist.
aventador
25/9/2020
05:37
So after all this waiting and with new deals it reopens at 0.5p again ( in your opinion ) where do you come up with this nonsense, a week or so ago you said 2.5p. Surely companies should TRY and run to make money and increase value or what's the point in investing, this has worked the opposite they said to me they would not relist until they increase in value or no point surely.
aventador
25/9/2020
05:34
Minichris. Corruption slow pace etc etc..toby hayward is very well thought of in nigeria and will be well equipped to navigate the difficulties of working and getting deals done in nigeria.Maybe the pipeline from tunisia/algeria to Italy has attracted sirius. AFC giving evidence of a 500 million towards a bid on 119 alongside Aker solutions doesn't suggest we are moving away from the opportunities in nigeria.Unless of course it was in some way fabricated information to mislead although I doubt that to be the case.
bronislav
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